Led by Provost and Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs Alison Morrison-Shetlar, WCU’s Office of the Provost oversees all academic programs of the university, including WCU’s six academic colleges as well as the Honors College, Hunter Library, Graduate School and Research, International Programs, the Cherokee Center, and Educational Outreach. The office also leads a number of student support services such as advising, registration, tutoring, and more.
WCU offers more than 120 undergraduate majors and minors and more than 40 graduate degree and certificate programs, all within six academic colleges.Explore WCU's Colleges
The Office of the Provost's student success unit provides resources to help students thrive at WCU, graduate, and go on to post-graduation success.Learn More
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